Majors in Focus

Choosing a major is one of the most important decisions you will make in your college career. To help you make the choice that is right for you, we have created a series of videos called Majors in Focus where our faculty are on hand to help you investigate career paths, address misconceptions about each major, discuss course requirements and answer any questions you might have. 

Communication Studies

Dr. Jeff Kuznekoff explores how the Communication Studies major prepares students for a variety of career paths, the uniqueness of the degree, and the classes you'd be taking.

Community Arts

Roscoe Wilson and Andy Au help us investigate the Community Arts major in this student-produced video. Learn what makes this degree unique, what classes you would take and how it will prepare you for a variety of careers by providing broad exposure to the arts with a specialization in at least one area of creativity, and a connection to civic development and community engagement.

English Studies

Dr. Whitney Womack Smith explains how our BA in English Studies develops your skills in reading, writing, critical thinking, and analysis. English Studies prepares you for a variety of career paths, including print and digital editing, advertising and public relations, technical and grant writing, social media writing, and many more. It’s also a great choice for students hoping to pursue law school and graduate programs in such fields as library science.

Forensic Science

Dr. Janet Marshall focuses on how our Forensic Science major will prepare you to assist criminal investigations using cutting-edge science. She also explains the differences between the Forensic Science and Forensic Investigation majors to help set you on the right career path.

Health Information Technology

In just 15 minutes Donna Evans will share everything you need to know about our Health Information Technology major. Designed with health care professionals, HIT meets the growing demand for workers who understand the IT needs of the health care industry.

Nonprofit and Community Studies

Dr. John Forren explores the Nonprofit and Community Studies major (formerly Civic and Regional Development). Learn what makes this degree unique, what classes you would take and how it will prepare you for a variety of careers that make a difference.

Pre-Kindergarten Education

Dr. Tracey Hoffman helps us explore the online Pre-Kindergarten Education associate degree in this student-produced video. Learn what makes this degree unique, what classes you would take, how it pairs well with our bachelor degree offerings and what hands-on experience you will gain.

Psychological Science and Applied Social Research

Dr. Ginger Wickline helps you investigate these two Social & Behavioral Science majors so you can determine if your interest lies in analyzing data or in studying behaviors.

RN-BSN

Increasingly, RNs are choosing Miami Regionals E-Campus to complete their BSN 100% online. Dr. Brooke Flinders and Dr. Suzanne Stricklin explore the benefits of earning a BSN, give a snapshot of what it's like to be a student in the program, and answer many of your frequently asked questions in this student-produced video. Still have questions? Contact lauren.hickman@MiamiOH.edu to get started!

Applied Biology

Looking for a major to prepare you for an in-demand career in Environmental Biology or Human Biology & Health Sciences? Check out Miami Regionals' newest degree: Bachelor of Science with a major in Applied Biology. Dr. Paul Harding explores how this degree is unique in the region and how this would be a wise career path to follow in this student-produced video. Still have questions? Visit MiamiOH.edu/Regionals/applied-biology or contact hardinpa@MiamiOH.edu to get started!

Health Communication

Do you want to be an advocate for improving the health of your community? In this student-produced video, Dr. Jeff Kuznekoff explores how the Health Communication major prepares students to develop powerful campaigns to encourage long-lasting behavior changes and positive health choices, the uniqueness of the degree, and the classes you'd be taking.